TWI469561B - Point to multi-point services using high speed shared channels in wireless communication systems - Google Patents

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TWI469561B
TWI469561B TW100137810A TW100137810A TWI469561B TW I469561 B TWI469561 B TW I469561B TW 100137810 A TW100137810 A TW 100137810A TW 100137810 A TW100137810 A TW 100137810A TW I469561 B TWI469561 B TW I469561B
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Description

Point-to-multipoint service using high-speed shared channels in wireless communication systems

The present invention relates generally to wireless communication systems, and more particularly to the point-to-multipoint service in such systems.

In wireless communication systems, there is an increasing desire to use point-to-multipoint services. As shown in Figure 1, in point-to-multipoint, a service is delivered from a single point, such as a base station, to multiple points, such as user equipment. Examples of point-to-multipoint services are multimedia broadcast and multicast services.

In the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) proposed system, one proposed channel that can be used for such a service is the Forwarding Access Channel (FACH). The FACH is a Downlink Common Transmission Channel (TrCH) that can be received by all users. The FACH TrCH is propagated by applying it to the Secondary Common Control Physical Channel (S-CCPCH). The S-CCPCH is transmitted to all cell users.

To limit the radio resources allocated to the S-CCPCH, the S-CCPCH data rate is limited. For illustrative purposes, if a high data rate service is transmitted on the S-CCPCH, low data redundancy is required for transmission to achieve high data speeds. Since the S-CCPCH is transmitted to the entire cell, it is transmitted at a power level sufficient for the desired quality of service (QOS) to be received by the user around the cell. Propagating high data rate services at this power level will increase the interface to other users and reduce system capacity, which is highly undesirable.

Due to the propagation nature of the S-CCPCH and FACH, the radio resources required for the S-CCPCH and FACH are very static. The modulation and coding group (MCS) and transmission power levels used by the S-CCPCH need to be sufficient to maintain the desired QOS around the cell.

One type of sharing channel proposed for the 3GPP system is the High Speed Downlink Shared Channel (HS-DSCH). The HS-DSCHs are high speed channels that are time shared by cell users (user devices). The target of each transmission is an individual user and the transmission of each user on the HS-DSCH is separated by time.

The HS-DSCH transmission to a user is accompanied by an uplink and downlink dedicated control channel. Each user transmits measurements via Layer 1 and Layer 3 of the upstream control channel signaling. Using these measurements, a modulation and coding group (MCS) is selected for transmission by this user. The MCS can vary every 2 to 10 milliseconds. By carefully selecting the MCS transmitted by the user, the least robust (lowest data redundancy) MCS can be selected to maintain the desired quality of service (QOS). As a result, radio resources are utilized more efficiently.

To determine when a particular user's transmission can be transmitted on the HS-DSCH, the user first looks for the UE ID encoded in the Cyclic Redundancy Code (CRC) and decodes the downlink control channel in the downlink control channel group to obtain HS-DSCH allocation data. After a predetermined period of time, the UE receives the HS-DSCH to obtain a packet with its UE ID and decodes the packet to receive user data.

Although the HS-DSCH allows for more efficient use of radio resources, only point-to-point services can be handled by the HS-DSCH. To handle multiple receive points, multiple transfers must be made on the HS-DSCH. Such multiple transmissions use a large amount of radio resources, which is undesirable.

Therefore, it is desirable to have a flexible mechanism to provide point-to-multipoint services.

The present invention is a method for channel mapping for point-to-multipoint (PtM) services in a wireless communication system, the wireless communication system including a radio network controller (RNC) and at least one wireless transmission receiving unit (WTRU) The method includes: receiving point-to-multipoint (PtM) data on the radio network controller (RNC), and mapping the point-to-multipoint (PtM) data to a high speed downlink shared channel (HS-DSCH), And transmitting to the at least one wireless transmission receiving unit, and receiving the high speed downlink shared channel (HS-DSCH) on the at least one wireless transmission receiving unit.

Preferably, each of the at least one wireless transmission unit (WTRUs) sends an acknowledgement (ACK) after successfully receiving the point-to-multipoint (PtM) data through the high speed downlink shared channel (HS-DSCH).

Preferably, if the point-to-multipoint (PtM) data transmitted through the high speed downlink shared channel (HS-DSCH) is not successfully received, each of the at least one wireless transmission unit (WTRUs) sends a negative acknowledgement (NACK).

Of course, the acknowledgement (ACK) includes channel quality information.

Of course, the negative acknowledgement (NACK) includes channel quality information.

From another implementable point of view, the present invention is a method for managing a point-to-multipoint (PtM) service in a wireless communication system, the wireless communication system including a radio network controller (RNC) and at least A wireless transmission receiving unit (WTRU). The method includes transmitting point-to-multipoint (PtM) data to at least one wireless transmission receiving unit (WTRU), and each of the at least one wireless transmission unit (WTRUs) after successfully receiving the point-to-multipoint (PtM) data An acknowledgment (ACK) is transmitted to the Radio Network Controller (RNC).

Preferably, the acknowledgement response (ACK) includes channel quality information.

Preferably, the radio network controller (RNC) receives an acknowledgement (ACK) from each of the at least one wireless transmission receiving unit (WTRU) that successfully receives the PtM data, and the radio network controller (RNC) Based on the received acknowledgment response, the channel parameters are adjusted for the next point-to-multipoint (PtM) broadcast.

Of course, transmitting point-to-multipoint (PtM) data includes mapping the point-to-multipoint (PtM) data through a high speed downlink shared channel (HS-DSCH).

Preferably, if the point-to-multipoint (PtM) data is not successfully received, each of the at least one wireless transmission unit sends a negative acknowledgement (NACK).

Of course, the negative acknowledgement (NACK) includes channel quality information.

Although the preferred embodiment is described in the preferred 3GPP system, they can be used with other radio systems that use point-to-multipoint transmission.

Figure 2 is a diagram of a preferred HS-DSCH 16 and its associated downstream control channel 13 for transmitting point-to-multipoint (PtM) services. In Fig. 2, a group of users UE 1 12 1 , ..., UE J 12 J , ..., UE N 12 N are to receive services at the HS-DSCH 16. A downlink common control channel (CCC) 13 is used to allocate the HS-DSCH 16 to the users UE 1 12 1 , ..., UE J 12 J , ..., UE N 12 N . The HS-DSCH 16 is sent by the base station 10 and received by the UEs 12 1 -12 N group. UEs such as UE X 12 X not logged into this service do not conform to the service identifier on CCC 13. Therefore, this UE, UE X 12 X , is not configured to receive the data of the HS-DSCH 16.

Figure 3 is a simplified diagram of the transmission of data at the HS-DSCH 16 for one of the Node Bs 18 and UEs, UE J 12 J . At Node B 18, a downlink control channel generator 24 generates a CCC signal for each UE 12 1 -12 N. For UE J 12 J , after the CCC 13 is transmitted by the antenna 32 or the antenna array via the radio frequency interface 22, the signal is received by the antenna 34 or antenna array of the UE J 12 J and processed by the CCC receiver 36 to reply channel control. Information such as the modulation and coding group of the HS-DSCH 16.

An HS-DSCH generator 26 generates the HS-DSCH signal for transmission via the wireless interface 22. The HS-DSCH signal is received by the UE J 12 J using its antenna 34 or antenna array. The HS-DSCH 16 data is recovered by the HS-DSCH receiver 38 using the CCC data, and a channel quality measuring device 40 picks up the channel quality measurement/data of the HS-DSCH, such as signal to interface ratio (SIR). Or block error rate (BLER). Channel quality can also be obtained from this downstream affiliated channel. The measurement/data is transmitted to the Node B 18 by an Uplink Entity Control Channel (CCC) transmitter or by a layer 3 signaling step.

In addition, an automatic reply request (ARQ) transmitter 41 at the user equipment 12 transmits an acknowledgement (ACKs) and negative ACKs (NAKs) indicating whether the HS-DSCH data has been successfully received. An ARQ receiver 31 at Node B 18 receives the ACK and NAKs. If a NAK is received by any of the HS-DSCH transmission users, the HS-DSCH transmission is typically repeated, and the Node B is all The user checks the ACKs/NAKs. Typically, if any user transmits a NAK, retransmission is performed. However, if there are only some NAKs that exceed the limit, retransmission will only be prompted. Typically, the time limit for retransmission is set, preferably, the UEs 12 ACKing ignores subsequent retransmissions, saving its power.

A channel quality measurement processor 30 at the Node B 18 replies to the channel quality measurement/data from all users of the HS-DSCH. A modulation and coding group (MCS) selection device 28 uses the channel measurements/data from each user who has logged in to receive the PtM service (user group) to select the MCS for the HS-DSCH transmission. Preferably, the selected MCS is the least robust (highest data rate) such that the channel condition allows the user of the PtM user group with the worst received measured HS-DSCH signal quality to operate. Although a longer time range can be used, it is preferred that the MCS be updated at each transmission time interval (TTI). The CCC generator 24 generates the CCC, which displays the selected MCS to the UE 1 12 1 , ..., UE J 12 J , ..., UE N 12 N for proper reception of the HS-DSCH. The HS-DSCH generator 26 generates the HS-DSCH 16 using the selected MCS.

For services with multiple substreams, the transmission characteristics of the various substreams can be handled individually. For illustrative purposes, multimedia services can have audio, video, and text substreams. The QOS of each substream can be different such that different transport attributes can be used by each substream. This method results in better resource efficiency, and each sub-stream can be processed individually rather than each sub-stream to meet the highest QOS sub-stream requirements. For each substream, the block error rate (BLER) is compared to the BLER quality target.

Figure 4 is a simplified block diagram of a preferred scheduling mechanism for Node B 18. The scheduling mechanism 46 is preferably used to schedule data for each TTI, although longer scheduling times may be used. The scheduling mechanism 46 receives point-to-point (PtP) and PtM data to be transmitted on the HS-DSCH. The scheduler decides which user in the next TTI receives the PtP transmission and which user group receives the PtM transmission.

Scheduling data transmission during a better time period results in more efficient use of audio resources. For illustrative purposes, at a particular TTI, a small amount of data is available for dedicated PtP transmissions, and the scheduling mechanism 46 can increase the amount of PtM data transmitted via the HS-DSCH channel due to the increased availability of audio resources over the TTI. Similarly, when the PtM data is not provided, the scheduler 46 can choose to transmit the PtP service. Another scheduling criterion is QoS attributes such as transmission delay and/or data throughput requirements for PtP or PtM services. TTI-based scheduling provides greater ability to meet these requirements while maintaining high utilization of HS-DSCH cell resources.

The scheduler 46 can also consider physical transmission requirements. For example, one user or group of users would require a more robust MCS than the other. During the next TTI, resources may only be provided to the less robust MCS, after which the scheduler 46 reschedules the transmission of the PtP user or PtM user group to maximize the use of the provisioning resources. Since the data provided for transmission has specific QOS requirements, the provided physical resources and channel quality measurements are based on TTI benchmark changes, and the ability to schedule within this interval improves the number of satisfied users and the overall utilization and effective use of physical resources.

The scheduler 46 also receives ACK/NAK feedback and scheduled retransmissions from all users of the PtM user group until all users receive a successful transmission of the transmission by transmitting an ACK, or a certain limit is reached, or the service transmission time limit is reached. Reach or retransmission limit is reached. The advantage of this method is that only part of the erroneous PtM service is retransmitted, rather than retransmitting the entire service transmission. Preferably, the user who previously generated the ACK ignores any retransmissions.

The advantage of this method is the ability to dynamically schedule between PtP and PtM services based on the TTI benchmark instead of scheduling the S-CCPCH in Layer 3 steps, which requires more than 100 milliseconds to several seconds for channel allocation, which provides improved QOS and Physical resource management. In addition, it allows the UE to receive multiple services without the need for simultaneous channel reception, since overlapping entity assignments can be avoided, and this multiple services can be separated by time.

Node B 18 sends a signal to the UEs 12 1 -12 N at the CCC 13, and the channel configuration is UE 12 1 -12 N data can be transmitted. By maximizing the use of radio resources, the preferred scheduling of each TTI reduces resource conflicts between services, and the allocation of this channel uses the downstream CCC to send signals to the user using the signaling device 48. Without the mechanism 46, typically the channel cannot be reallocated on the TTI and as a result the ability to maintain high utilization and efficient use of QOS and physical resources is limited.

5A and 5B are diagrams showing a preferred HS-DSCH transmission of the HS-DSCH 16. In Figure 5A, each UE 12 1 -12 N of the PtM user group is informed of the service transmission by detecting the PtM Service ID 51 accompanying all service users. The service ID 51 is encoded on the downlink common control channel 13. After the predetermined time period, the user receives the HS-DSCH of the authorized service.

In FIG. 5B, by detecting the IDs of the UEs, UE group ID 1 531 to UE group ID N 53 N , each UE 12 1 -12 N is informed of the service transmission, which is encoded on the downlink common control channel 13 . After the predetermined time period, the user receives the HS-DSCH 16 displayed by the CCC 13 to obtain a packet with the service ID of the authorized service.

Figure 6 is a description of the best signals for establishing and transmitting point-to-multipoint services on HS-DSCHs. The RAN 70 sends a signal to each user to receive the service of the transport attribute of the transmission 74. Each user configures itself to receive the transmission and monitor the PtM service ID group of the CCC, 72. The data transmitted for point-to-multipoint service is received from the core network by the UMTS Radio Access Network (UTRAN) 70. The service/group/UE ID on the CCC shows that after the set time period, the HS-DSCH transmission will occur very quickly on the specific HS-DSCH physical channel, and after receiving the CCC, each user configures itself. To receive the HS-DSCH transmission.

Each user can send channel quality information to the RAN 70, 76 by layer 3 signaling steps. The transmission of the channel data can also be reported by the physical layer, based on the TTI, 78. Using the channel quality profile for all users of each PtM user group, the RAN 70 determines the appropriate MCS for each HS-DSCH transmission of the PtM user group. For illustrative purposes, the RAN 70 typically sets a level at which the MCS can receive at the desired QOS by a user with the worst reception quality. To optimize the use of radio resources, although longer time ranges can be used between updates, it is preferred that these parameters be updated at each time transfer interval (TTI).

The UTRAN 70 simultaneously performs the HS-DSCH allocation, 82, and each UE 12 configures the HS-DSCH reception, 84. Service data is transmitted on the HS-DSCH, 86. The service material transmitted on the HS-DSCH is received by the UE 12. After authentication, the service data is forwarded to the common communication channel, and the preferred structure allows for the flexibility to transfer common communication channel data on shared or proprietary channels such as PtM or PtP transmissions. This mapping is performed on both the transmission side and the receiving side of the wireless interface.

Figure 7 is a diagram showing the preferred channel mapping at the ratio of the radio network controller 19 and UE 12. The PtM data arrives at the RNC of the Common Communication Channel (CTCH), which is mapped on the HS-DSCH for transmission to the user on the physical channel (HS-PDSCH). A UE 12 is illustrated herein and typically multiple UEs receive the HS-DSCH transmission. The UE 12 receives the HS-PDSCH and maps the HS-DSCH to the CTCH for processing by the UE 12.

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80. . . Determine the MCS of the HS-DSCH

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86. . . Transfer service information on HS-DSCH

88. . . Receive service data on HS-DSCH and forward it to the common communication channel

Figure 1 is a description of a point-to-multipoint service.

Figure 2 is a description of the preferred HS-DSCH and associated control channels.

Figure 3 is a simplified diagram of a preferred Node B and user equipment.

Figure 4 is a simplified diagram of a preferred Node B of a scheduling mechanism with a preferred HS-DSCH.

5A and 5B are illustrations of preferred HS-DSCH signals for HS-DSCH.

Figure 6 is a description of the better signals for establishing and transmitting point-to-multipoint services on the HS-DSCH.

Figure 7 is a diagram showing the channel mapping of the point-to-multipoint service on the HS-DSCH performed by the radio network controller and the user equipment.

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  1. A method for use in wireless communication, the method comprising: receiving a measurement from a group of users of a cell, the user group not including all users of the cell, the measurement indication being used a channel condition on a transmission channel carrying a multipoint service; transmitting a point-to-multipoint (PtM) service identification to the user group, the PtM service identification indicating that the service profile is to be transmitted to the user on the transmission channel a group; and transmitting the service profile to the user group on a communication channel for the multipoint service.
  2. The method of claim 1, wherein the PtM service identification is transmitted on a control channel for the multipoint service.
  3. The method of claim 2, wherein the service material comprises multimedia material.
  4. A base station for use in wireless communication, the base station comprising: a receiver configured to receive a weight from a user group of a cell, the user group not including the cell For all users, the measurement indicates the channel status on a transmission channel for carrying the multipoint service; a transmitter configured to transmit a point-to-multipoint (PtM) service identification to the user group, the PtM service The identification indicates that the service profile is to be transmitted to the group of users on the transmission channel; and the transmitter is further configured to transmit the service profile on a communication channel for the multipoint service.
  5. The base station as described in claim 4 is further configured to transmit the PtM service identification on a control channel for multipoint service.
  6. For example, the base station described in claim 4, wherein the service material contains multimedia materials.
  7. A method for use in a wireless transmit/receive unit (WTRU), the method comprising: receiving an information message providing configuration information to the WTRU; implementing the configuration information to receive a transfer access channel on a shared downlink channel ( FACH) data; detecting an identification code on a control channel; and receiving the FACH data on the shared downlink channel if a value of the identification code corresponds to the WTRU.
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein the information message includes the identification code having the value corresponding to the WTRU.
  9. The method of claim 7, wherein the control channel is a shared control channel.
  10. The method of claim 7, further comprising: verifying the FACH data; and transmitting the FACH data through a logical channel if the FACH data is verified.
  11. The method of claim 7, wherein the FACH data is a Common Communication Channel (CTCH) material.
  12. The method of claim 7, wherein the information message is transmitted through a shared downlink channel.
  13. The method of claim 12, wherein the information message includes the identification code having the value corresponding to the WTRU.
  14. A method for use in a wireless transmit/receive unit (WTRU), the method comprising: receiving an information message providing configuration information to the WTRU; implementing the configuration information to receive service identification data on a shared downlink channel, wherein The service identification data is widely transmitted to the cell; detecting an identification code on a control channel; and receiving the service identification on the shared downlink channel if a value of the identification code corresponds to the WTRU Data, wherein the service identification data is transmitted for a predetermined period of time after the detection of the identification code.
  15. The method of claim 14, wherein the information message includes the identification code having the value corresponding to the WTRU.
  16. The method of claim 14, wherein the control channel is a shared control channel.
  17. The method of claim 14, further comprising: verifying the service identification data; and forwarding the service identification data through a logical channel if the service identification data is verified.
  18. The method of claim 14, wherein the information message is transmitted through a shared downlink channel.
  19. The method of claim 18, wherein the information message includes the identification code having the value corresponding to the WTRU.
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